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Humidify Without Electricity, Get A Rumidifier! {Giveaway}

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Now that fall is officially here, not only is the weather getting cooler, but inside the air is getting drier. This can mean dry skin and eyes, chapped lips, nose bleeds and congestion. I know I tend to get more stuffy noses and sore throats once Winter hits Wisconsin. The best way to deal with any of these ailments is to get moisture back the air with a humidifier. If you are interested in a safe and eco friendly solution, a Rumidifier may be exactly what you are looking for.

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The Story Behind The Rumidfier

They say necessity is the mother of all inventions and the Rumidifier story wasn’t any different. When the founder’s children were young, they fell ill over the winter with chest congestion, colds and flu. The doctor recommended that they purchase a room humidifier for the home to help the situation so that they could breathe comfortably again. When he was looking for humidifiers, all he could find were ones that plugged into electricity. They used up energy and added to the hydro bill, they were noisy, had high maintenance and he felt they were unsafe as there was a chance that they could catch fire. He then invented the Rumidifier to use in his home, saw how efficient it was in curing his kids and ended up marketing it for sale.

How Does The Rumidifier Work?

The Rumidifier is a truly eco-friendly humidifier that fits over any existing heating vent to provide ongoing humidification whenever the heat goes on. This means it takes zero electricity because you don’t need to plug it in! It uses the warm air flow from your central furnace, so there is no extra energy consumption at all. There’s no extra noise and you never have to turn it on and off. Another bonus is it does need to be constantly cleaned! The Rumidifier uses an eco-friendly filter made from organic wood pulp, which should be changed at the end of every season.

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The water reservoir needs to be filled every few days, and the unit should be cleaned every few months. Rumidifiers are easy to clean, the units come apart and the base can be placed on the top rack of your dishwasher or scrubbed by hand if you prefer – no worry about mold in hard to clean areas. There are no extra hydro fees and no chance of it catching fire. The Rumidifier is cordless, compact and simple to use.

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Rumidifiers won’t break down and end up in the landfill, they don’t require electricity to run (which makes them incredibly safe to use), the unit cost is $39.95 so they are very affordable. Regular humidifiers cost approximately $25.00 a year in electricity charges, making the savings of using a Rumidifier basically pay for the unit itself.

If every household in Canada had deployed just 1 Rumidifier, hydro companies would save 335 million kw/h of electricity, and customers will conserve $2 billion in hydro costs each year. That is a giant leap for a small gadget like Rumidifier.

Thanks to over 50,000 happy customers, Rumidifier has grown into a premier home comfort brand in North America and has become a familiar household name, all in just four years. Many are repeat customers who are buying extra units for their homes and for their friends and families. There are also other Rumidifiers available for the wall, the car, personal Rumidifier for the office, and central and baseboard Rumidifiers are in the making.

Rumidifiers now can be purchased all across Canada and the United States at Home Depot, Home Hardware, Lowes, Terra 20 and Canadian Tire.

The Giveaway

One reader will win 1 Rumidifier RD10 unit

Rumidifier Giveaway

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9 Comments

  • Reply elizabeth miller

    We do use a humidifier because my daughter gets awful bloody noses from dry heat. They are really bad during the days school is in. This would be great to put in her room iteself at night.

    October 9, 2017 at 12:26 pm
  • Reply julielundstrom

    I use a humidifier here especially in the winter for it gets so dry during the winter.

    October 9, 2017 at 2:25 pm
  • Reply Tara O.

    Yes, I do use a humidifier. This Rumidifier is genius!!

    October 9, 2017 at 4:41 pm
  • Reply Lesley F

    We do because in winter, the house gets very dry

    October 9, 2017 at 6:45 pm
  • Reply rochelle haynes

    No i do not use one but would love too

    October 10, 2017 at 3:38 am
  • Reply kt3us

    Yes, we do use a humidifier and we have a wood stove and use it all the time in the winter for heat. It really dries out the air in the house. kelly tupick

    October 10, 2017 at 5:05 am
  • Reply Cheryl Chervitz

    No, I don’t have a humidifier, but I would use one if I did have it.

    October 16, 2017 at 7:21 am
  • Reply farmermomwife

    Yes, we do use a humidifier. We bought it just after our youngest daughter was born almost 22 years ago.

    October 23, 2017 at 1:49 pm
  • Reply Elicia P

    We have one but the filter got really yucky and have not replaced it.

    October 23, 2017 at 9:51 pm
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